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Patrick Holden, Sustainable Food Trust, UK

The latest in our series of YouTube interviews with influential Australians follows the Global Soils Security and Planetary Health Conference in Sydney from December 4 to 6. In this interview, Patrick describes his transition from "just a farmer from Wales" through the organic movement to the leader of the Sustainable Food Trust in the UK.

Linda Lilburne, Landcare Research, New Zealand

  The latest in our series of YouTube interviews with influential Australians follows the Global Soils Security and Planetary Health Conference in Sydney from December 4 to 6. In this interview, Linda Lilburne discusses a unique collaboration between farmers, business, government and local communities to address nitrogen run off and other issues affecting New Zealand's waterways. The aim is to preserve and market that country's clean, green, pristine image.  

Professor Tony Capon

The latest in our series of YouTube interviews with influential Australians follows the Global Soils Security and Planetary Health Conference in Sydney from December 4 to 6. Professor Tony Capon is the world's first Professor of Planetary Health. In this interview, Tony discusses what that role really means, the urgent task facing global scientists, and the worrying relationship between poor soil health and gastro intestinal conditions such as Crohne's Disease. ....

Charlie Maslin - The Disrupter

  Listen to Charlie Maslin talk about how his 'drought proofing' strategies for his regenerative farm, aimed at keeping his groundcover, can capture rain when it comes - heavy or not.  

Winlaton - Regenerative Agriculture Case Study (Round 2)

  Winlaton is a Future Farming Landscapes investment model for sustainable and regenerative agriculture in the irrigation sector. It is the brainchild of the founders of Kilter Rural and achieves 8% ROI through three income streams - production, the water market and state eco-credits on 8500 ha of aggregated properties. As the southern-most cotton growing enterprise in Australia, it also crops tomatoes & lucerne as part of the rotation, and keeps/restores 40% of area under native vegetation.